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Kerry Moskol is a member of the firm’s Health Law Group. Her experience includes assisting health care providers with a variety of issues such as:
- Health Care Information:
- Privacy Rule
- Security Rule
- Security Breach Notification Laws
- State Confidentiality Laws
- Record Retention Requirements
- Regulatory Compliance:
- Hospital & Critical Access Hospital Regulations:
- Medicare Conditions of Participation
- Medicaid Regulations
- Joint Commission
- State Law
- Pharmaceutical Industry:
- Pharmacy Permit and Licensure Issues
- National Regulation of Pharmacies, Pharmaceutical and Device Manufacturers
- DEA Requirements for Controlled Substance Distribution and Prescription Dispensing
- Medical Discount Card Regulation and Contracting
- Fraud & Abuse Laws:
- CHOW (Change of Ownership) and Regulatory Requirements for Health Care Mergers and Acquisitions
- Health Care Professionals
- Medical Staff Bylaw Review
- HCQIA/Peer Review
- Professional Practice Regulation
- Professional Licensing Issues
- Patient Care Issues:
- Patient Informed Consent Issues
- Minors Issues
- End-of-Life Issues
- Guardianship & Protective Placement
- Behavioral Health and Substance Abuse
- Reproductive Rights and Family Planning Issues
Education and Honors
- University of Wisconsin Law School (J.D., magna cum laude, 2004)
Highest Achievement Award in Administrative Law. Recipient, Don A. Olson Memorial Award of Excellence for work with Legal Assistance for Institutionalized Persons.
- University of Virginia (B.A., 1997)
University of Virginia Varsity Soccer Team.
U.S. District Court, Western District of Wisconsin, 2004
Listed in The Best Lawyers in America®
(2013: Health Care Law).
Named “2011 Up and Coming Lawyer” by the Wisconsin Law Journal
Professional and Civic Activities
- American Bar Association (Member).
- American Health Lawyers Association (Member).
- State Bar of Wisconsin (Member, Health Law Section).
- EMTALA and Patients Leaving AMA: How to Keep your Cool When Things Get Heated, Client In-service presentations, June and September 2012.
- CMS Reform of Hospital and CAH Condition of Participation, Client In-service presentation, June 2012.
- What is a Practice to Do: Keeping PHI Secure When It’s Traveling All Over the Place, Wisconsin Medical Society, September 2011.
- HIPAA Analysis for Responding to Subpoenas, Client In-service presentation, August 2011.
- Disruptive Patients, Conceal and Carry Law, & HIPAA Accounting Requirements, Client In-service presentation, July 2011.
- Midlevel Practitioners: Cosignatures, Verbal Orders, and More…., Client In-service presentation, April 2011.
- Article Participant, “Business Associate Liability: HIPAA’s New Hazard,” Counsel to Counsel E-Magazine,
- HITECH: A Whole New Wave Of Compliance Obligations, presentation to the Wisconsin Association of Family and Children's Agencies, 2010.
- Patient Confidentiality Laws: the Good, the Bad, and the Extremely Confusing, Client In-service presentations, January and February 2010.
- Medical Records and Peer Review Records in Litigation, presentation to the Wisconsin Department of Justice, December 2009.
- HIPAA Changes and How They Will Affect Your Health Care Marketing, presentation to the Wisconsin Hospital Association - Wisconsin Healthcare Public Relations & Marketing Society, October 2009.
- Disclosing Information About Drug-Seeking Patients, presentation to the Rural Wisconsin Health Cooperative, July 2009.
- Stark Law Exceptions: The Safety Zone, presentation to the Wisconsin Medical Society, October 2008.
- Patient Confidentiality Laws: the Good, the Bad, and the Extremely Confusing, presentation to Wisconsin Nurse Anesthetist Association, September 2008.
- Make Sure Your Data Doesn't Get Washed Away….A Discussion of Remote Access, HIPAACow Conference, 2008.
- Security Rule Overview & Training, presentation to Client In-service, January 2008.
- Security Rule: Remote Access, presentation to Rural Wisconsin Health Cooperative, August 2007.
- CMS Issues Final Rule Regarding Hospital Requirements for Notification of Discharge Appeal Rights (Quarles & Brady LLP Health Law Update, Madison, WI, 2006).
- Co-author, Annual Survey of Wisconsin Law, State Bar of Wisconsin, 2005 and 2006 Editions.
- Class Action "Charity Care" Lawsuit Filed in Waukesha County Court on May 2, 2005: Laughlin v. ProHealth Care, Inc. (Quarles & Brady LLP Health Law Update, Madison, WI, 2005).
- “The OIG Approves Hospital’s Subsidy Of Physicians’ Medical Malpractice Insurance,” The ABA Health Law Section, The Health Lawyer, Vol. 17, No. 1, March 2005, pp. 26-27.
- Phelps v. Physicians Insurance Company Of Wisconsin: Allegations of Medical Malpractice Against An Unlicensed First Year Resident (Quarles & Brady LLP Health Law Update, Madison, WI, 2005).
- CMS Provides New Clarifications Regarding Hospital Medical Staff Privileging (Quarles & Brady LLP Health Law Update, Madison, WI, 2005).
- Criminal Convictions Under HIPAA Are Now a Reality (Quarles & Brady LLP Health Law Update, Madison, WI, 2005).
- Stark II Phase II Provides a Series of New Exceptions (Quarles & Brady LLP Health Law Update, Madison, WI, 2005).
- JCAHO’s Universal Protocol Aims to Reduce Wrong Site, Wrong Procedure and Wrong Person Surgery (Quarles & Brady LLP Health Law Update, Madison, WI, 2005).